Aquaman: Amber Heard and James Wan share new photos of Mera


Director James Wan shared on Twitter Tuesday a new photo of Amber Heard as underseas queen Mera from the set of Aquaman.

The first official photo of Amber Heard as Mera in the film Aquaman has arrived.

James, who shared it on Twitter and Instagram, wrote: 'Lady Mera swept in from the sea. The film also stars Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Willem Dafoe as Vulko, Temuera Morrison as Tom Curry, Dolph Lundgren as Nereus, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Black Manta, Patrick Wilson as Orm/Ocean Master, and Nicole Kidman as Atlanna. The director added it was taken on Heard's first day on the set. She joked that the "moment" when she had the photo taken had been preceded by prepping for more than a year for the role, training to look the part for six months, and denying herself "pleasure", in the form of "donuts".

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Any film that involves intense action sequences or revealing costumes often send actors to seek out the help of physical trainers and, as Cinema Blend reported, that has been just the case for Amber Heard.

The highlight of the picture is the Aquaman logo that finds a place on her waist. We already know that Amber is talented with a celestial look, so seeing her as Mera has gotten us so pumped to see her in action!

She was married to her The Rum Diary co-star Johnny Depp from 2014 until 2016.

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"Happy Birthday to MEra!"

In all the pictures shared, the Aquaman star looked prepared to kick some a** and she looks like a complete badass.

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